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    Impact Of Media On Child & Youth Impact Of Media On Child & Youth Presentation Transcript

    • Impact Of Media On Children, Youth & Women
    • Team Members
      • Krishna
      • Rajendra
      • Varsha
      • Siddhesh
    • Types of Media
      • Print (newspapers, magazines, mail, etc.)
      • Radio 
      • Television (cable, network, satellite, etc.) 
      • Film & Video 
      • Photography 
      • Electronic (Games, E-mail, the Web, etc.)
    • Impact of Media On Children
      • Television has the potential to generate both positive and negative effects.
      • Television can be a powerful teacher .
      • Public Television programs stimulate visits to the zoo, libraries, bookstores, museums and other active recreational settings.
      • Educational videos can certainly serve as powerful prosocial teaching devices.
      • Television is an effective way of advertising products to children of various ages.
    • Impact of Media On Children
      • Watching violent television programs and movies increase violent behaviour in children.
      • Excessive television watching contributes to the increased incidence of childhood obesity.
      • Excessive television watching may have a deleterious effect on learning and academic performance.
      • Watching certain programs may encourage irresponsible sexual behaviour.
    • Television Tips
      • Family viewing give children a choice of what to watch.
      • Restrict violent videos and DVD movies.
      • Encourage and model ways to play that do not involve violence.
      • Watch with the children and talk about the programs.
      • Refuse to let children see shows known to be violent.
    • Tips for Electronic Games
      • Pay attention to ratings. Read the literature that accompanies video game products.
      • Discuss game content with children.
      • Observe children playing and periodically play along.
      • Assure adult supervision for arcade game playing.
      • Select games that promote problem solving, skill building, and cooperation, rather than violence.
    • Internet Safety
      • Ask your Internet provider or computer store about programs that block access to adult–oriented sites, “chat rooms,” and bulletin boards.
      • Keep the computer in a high traffic part of the house.
      • Find websites you think your children will enjoy and “bookmark” them.
      • Teach your children about “netiquette” – appropriate on-line behavior.
      • Everything on the Internet is not true.
    • Talking with Kids About
      • Watch or read the news with your kids.
      • Talk with them about what they see and hear.
      • Acknowledge your child’s fears and reassure them.
      • Explore the facts with your child.
      • Select kid-friendly news sources for your child (such as Nick News on Nickelodeon or a local station committed to “family friendly” newscasts).
      • Print Media played very important role in our Independence.
      • Television ( Channels Like Discovery, History & National Geographic provide plenty information & knowledge )
      • Internet ….A Double Edge Sword.
      • Internet is the fastest way of Communication.
      • It has helped the world to become a Village.
      • It also has adverse affect. (like: Terrorism,Haking,Sucidal Habits etc.)
      • Helped in improving Education Standard.
      • Made them aware of their Rights & Equality Status.
      • Media has helped them to become more competitive.
      • Made them Conscious of their Look.
      • Media has helped them to become Self Dependent.
    • Thank You